How long to beat Gran Turismo 7

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Gran Turismo 7, like its trailers pointed out, is about much more than just racing. GT7 has been a pleasure to play ever since its release at the start of this month.

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There is so much content to sink your teeth into in GT7, but how long does it take to complete? Well, it's thankfully not a quick game, but here's everything you need to know!

Length of GT7

Gran Turismo traditionally didn't have what you would call a true career mode. Games like Gran Turismo Sport largely left you to your own devices and gave you complete freedom to choose how to progress.

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IN IT FOR THE LONG HAUL: GT7 has so much content for you to enjoy
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IN IT FOR THE LONG HAUL: GT7 has so much content for you to enjoy

While you can go about GT7's single player modes how you want, the GT Cafe has changed things. Thanks to the menus that you're given, you have a clear progression to get through.

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If you focus mainly on these GT Cafe menus, it will take you around 23-28 hours of gameplay to complete. This will take you to the game's end credits, but there's a lot more to enjoy in GT7.

Fully completing GT7 will take you a lot longer...

While completing all of the menus will roll the end credits, there's a lot more on offer here. If you also count metrics such as the number of cars there are to collect, and the licence tests, you can spend hundreds of hours in GT7.

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THE WHOLE LOT: There's so many cars to collect in GT7
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THE WHOLE LOT: There's so many cars to collect in GT7

That's not to mention the fact that more cars and circuits will be added through free updates as we go deeper into GT7's life cycle. Furthermore, we could also get more menus in the GT Cafe to complete.